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We have a BSRV participant who is keen to join our Blind Tennis Program on Friday evenings 6.30pm to 8pm. Living in Oakleigh, they need a volunteer to drive them to and from the National Tennis Centre at Melbourne Park. Free parking is provided.
As one of our tennis volunteers you can also help with skills development for players who are blind or vision impaired on the court, as well as ball retrieval, guiding participants to, from and around the venue plus other general activities.
To express your interest or for more information please contact Susan Marshall / Phone: 03 9822 8876 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org\
As a friendly and reliable volunteer you need to be 18 years of age or older, with a positive attitude towards people with disabilities and fully vaccinated. To assist with driving any particpant you must have a drivers licence.
Recruitment involves an interview, police and referee checks and completion of short training on how to best assist a person who has vision loss. We provide training so you can feel confident to assist, join in, have fun, stay healthy and be involved too.
Try something new and make a positive difference to the quality of life of somebody in your local community.
Join our friendly team of volunteers. Volunteers gain great benefit from assisting people who are blind or vision impaired, while enjoying many valued experiences.
Phoebe, BLV tennis player and volunteer said "Volunteering is a life changer. Come along - it doesn't matter what your ability is for any sport, you don't even have to like sport... just come along, get involved, meet new people, and feel part of a community... it will change your life!